In an unprecedented move, the Prime Minister has joined forces with entertainment mogul, Simon Cowell, in a frantic bid to brainwash more teens into polling booths during the 2015 general election.
An avid reader of both tumblr and buzzfeed, Cameron is at least 60% sure that his new strategy will force youths to consider a U-turn of their political disenchantment, and that his twitter popularity will increase.
He is particularly excited to be revamping the election format, which he claims has become boring and tiresome.
'It's really important to engage our young voters with the people who run their country,' says Dave, his etonian dialect taking on a distinct, northern twang. 'Why do you think I rarely wear a tie? It's to make me look more like Gary Barlow. Everybody loves Gary Barlow.'
The unlikely pairing are working together in order to create a one-off television special which encompasses the spirit of lively political debate, as well as pitching MPs against one another in light-hearted contests designed for their pure entertainment value.
Cowell, who Cameron chose for his wealth -and indeed his wealth of experience in humiliating individuals- is uncharacteristically animated by the idea.
'This may possibly be the most exciting thing to happen to parliament since Guy Fawkes. You haven't lived until you've seen Boris in a morph suit bashing the merry bells out of Ed Balls with a giant cotton bud. Hilarious.'
The show 'I'm the Prime Minister, Please Let Me Stay in. Please. PLEASE. I Beseech You.' will air in May 2015, and will be hosted by Ant and Clegg.